Press Release Summary:
NEER VENEERÂ® Thermal Fused Flush Doors come in over 100 colors and wood grains. Non-delaminating surface is formed with high-tech resins treated with heat and pressure to resist chemicals and scratches. Surface becomes part of substrate so it cannot delaminate. Edge bands are applied on top and bottom with Polyurethane Reactive Hot Melt glue to protect from moisture damage and warping. Doors are offered with fire ratings up to 90 minutes.
Original Press Release:
The Maiman Company Changes the Door Industry with Neer Veneer® Thermal Fused Flush Doors
The Maiman Company has once again shown its fluency in design, introducing the wood industry's most revolutionary flush door.
When you need to order affordable flush doors, for instance, wouldn't you like choices of colors or woodgrain, just in case you want to match the surrounding furnishings? And naturally, you'd want them to hold up to every day wear and tear without costing you any more.
In most cases, the combination of affordability, a plethora of face selections and long-lasting durability doesn't exist among flush doors on the market today. That is, until now. "Here's a flush door that is engineered for long-lasting, maintenance-free operation," said Ally Dorrance of The Maiman Company. "A scratch-resistant face, a suitcase-defying PVC edge band, an easy-cleaning surface, and unbelievable affordability make it the ideal choice for offices, hotels, dormitories, nursing homes, and multi-residential use."
Newly patented, The Maiman Company's NEER VENEER® Thermal Fused Flush Door comes in over 100 colors and woodgrains at a low competitive price. For the first time, an owner of a project can have Red Oak or Anigre, Cherry, Walnut, Sapelli and other expensive faces all for the same price of Red Oak or Birch. "And," added Dorrance, "with the latest and most advanced hardware machining technology in the world, it is completely finished and ready to hang when it arrives on the job site - it's complete even with drilled pilot holes for hinge screws!"
For three decades, The Maiman Company has built a premium-quality stile and rail door for commercial buildings nationwide and was the first to introduce a 45-, 60- and 90-minute fire-rated true stile and rail wood door. From working with architects, contractors and developers since its founding in 1972, The Maiman Company knew that long-lasting durability and multiple designer options are must-have components to keep its customers happy. And, to reflect the amenities of its customers who own four-star hotels, versatility and availability are also essential. Focusing on these needs, The Maiman Company designed a way to build a door with combined durability, beauty and affordability.
The highly respected stile and rail door company began researching this product four years ago. With the new state-of-the-art production facility completed and in full production, The Maiman Company has the capacity to produce about 400 doors per shift.
What makes this flush door so durable is a non-delaminating surface that is formed with high-tech resins treated with heat and pressure to resist chemicals and scratches. Consequently, the door's surface actually becomes part of the substrate so it cannot delaminate. To protect the doors from moisture damage and warping, The Maiman Company's craftsmen also apply edge bands to the doors' tops and bottoms with Polyurethane Reactive Hot Melt (PUR) glue. And, like its stile and rail doors, they will build the Thermal Fused doors with up to 90-minute fire ratings from ITS/Warnock Hersey and Underwriter's Laboratories upon request.
Durability and selection do not come at a higher price tag. In fact, the owners say The Maiman Company's Thermal Fused door is priced less than the average 5-ply Red Oak flush door. "But don't let the price fool you," said Tim Bennett. "This is not a cheap 7-ply door without edge treatment. Instead, beneath this easy-to-clean, attractive surface is a 42-lb. monolithic core."
Most flush doors on the market are made with a cheap 28-pound core. However, for screw-holding strength requirements, they're forced to wrap the core with more dense materials. Additional layers result in potential problems like delamination and telegraphing.
Now, with Thermal Fused, The Maiman Company can offer single-source responsibility for doors throughout the property. Each and every room, along with the lobbies and other public areas, can be finely appointed with The Maiman Company doors. For further details including specifications, consult The Maiman Company's Website, www.maiman.com or 417-862-0681.